PT Staff

Even the best and the brightest have a few tricks up their sleeve. Here's how to keep cool when you're head to head with a genius.
The link between stress and gray hair and how yoga is good for back pain.
Pamelia Kurstin, world class theremin player, considers herself a goofball with a weird sense of humor.
Tidbits on whole-grain and dairy diets, the benefits of alcohol consumption, depression, hypnosis, alternative medicine and stress.
Controlled risk is fulfilling. Just ask a man who conserves 50 story buildings daily.
Book reviews on human nature, family, anger, drug rehabilitation, self-esteem and abusive relationships.
Intelligence comes in many guises. Humor, reaction time and fluency of speech are immediate indicators of intelligence. Where do you fall?
Keep your bones in top shape. Choosing the right vitamins and minerals for you.
How to diagnose yourself and monitor your health. Take the quiz.
How do you use humor? Take the quiz from Rod Martin's Humor Styles Questionnaire.
Are you aware of your penchant for procrastination? Keeping a journal will help you kick the habit.

Feeling beautiful comes from the inside. Eight tips on how to appreciate your looks.

Book reviews on understanding the mind, loving your job, mental health, forcasting happiness, motherhood mishaps and animal behavior.
While some people count blessings more readily than others, there are many ways to practice gratitude—and experience its rewards.
Joint cartilage wears down over time. Here are some tips to slow, if not prevent, the decline.
An old sweetheart, a co-worker, a chat-room buddy, anyone can turn your life upside down. So stop confiding in them.
Book reviews on troubled rich kids, antidepressants, the way we think, fanatical passion, trauma and well being.
How to reinvent your personality—it can be a work in progress.
Recovering from a traumatic experience can be a drag. How to help a friend see good when things are bad.
Resilient cowboys, perky salespeople, aging pooches, wireless disruptions, and why work and fun don't always mix.